Treated motor disorders

Elbow disorders

Elbow disorders

Tendinitis consequences
Stiff elbow
Non mechanical mobility disorders :

Flexion/Extension/Pronosupination 

Hip lameness

Hip lameness

Lack of active mobility (flexion/extension)
Lack of stability (weak gluteus medius)
Lameness
Hip replacement consequences

Trunk and spine

Trunk and spine

Kyphosis
Scoliosis
Sciatica
Low back pain

Hand and wrist motricity

Hand and wrist motricity

Work on grip
Work on fine motor skills and dexterity 

Ankle instability

Ankle instability

Repeated sprains
Levator muscles lack of strength
Motor inhibitions following immobilization
Post-surgery

Knee disorders

Knee disorders

Repeated sprains
Cruciate ligaments
Knee prothesis
Patellofemoral syndrome
Knee flexion deformity

Shoulder disorders

Shoulder disorders

Capsulitis consequences
Shoulder instability: luxation/ subluxation consequences
Post-surgery: amplitude limitations

Neurological pathologies

Neurological pathologies

Chronic pathologies
Stroke consequences – Parkinson
Multiple sclerosis
Partial spinal cord patient
Cerebral palsy
Spasticity regulation

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Elbow disorders

Tendinitis consequences

Stiff elbow

Non mechanical mobility disorders

Flexion/Extension/Pronosupination

hanche

Hip lameness

Lack of active mobility (flexion/extension)

Lack of stability (weak gluteus medius)

Lameness

Hip replacement consequences

posture

Trunk and spine

Kyphosis

Scoliosis

Sciatica

Low back pain

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Hand and wrist motricity

Work on grip

Work on fine motor skills and dexterity

cheville

Ankle instability

Repeated sprains

Levator muscles lack of strength

Motor inhibitions following immobilization

Post-surgery

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Knee disorders

Repeated sprains

Cruciate ligaments

Knee prothesis

Patellofemoral syndrome

Knee flexion deformity

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Shoulder disorders

Capsulitis consequences

Shoulder instability: luxation/ subluxation consequences

Post-surgery: amplitude limitations

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Neurological pathologies

Chronic pathologies

Stroke consequences

Parkinson

Multiple sclerosis

Partial spinal cord patient

Cerebral palsy

Spasticity regulation

How does it work?

By combining proprioception, mental imagery and low frequency sounds, the Allyane Method enables restoration of movement control for both common disorders (ankle instabilities, lameness, amplitude limitations of the upper limb,…) and chronic pathologies (stroke rehabilitation, multiple sclerosis,…).
Effective, quick and lasting, this method enables to regain daily gestures. It is non-invasive and has no side effects.

The method does not take over patients with reduced cognitive capacities or suffering from mechanical damages.

 Patients’ testimonials

I recovered extension

My first Allyane session enabled me to walk normally, to recover extension and above all to be aware that I was able to do it.

Coralie O.

I can do daily gestures again.

I can do daily gestures again and even swim.

Annick A.

I maintain my balance since my session

The balance of my right leg improved. It was immediate and I did not lose it: I kept this balance since my session.

Jacques P.

Testimonial of a patient taken over for capsulitis after-effects.

Testimonial of Steven Frossard, motocross vice-world champion taken over after medullary injury resulting in a period of paraplegia.

Distinctions

2018 Entrepreneur of the year award finalist

Innovation award finalist for health category

European Commission seal of excellence certificate

Health Awards jury’s Favourite prize

Partners

Recognitions and partner

2018 Entrepreneur of the year award finalist

Innovation award finalist for health category

European Commission seal of excellence certificate

Health Awards jury’s Favourite prize

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The Allyane method in sports

Find a technical gesture adapted to each profile
Aim at performance development
Reduce preventively risks of injuries

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